Podcast: Tips & Info on LC Results 2020

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They're a long time coming, but the calculated grades for the Leaving Cert class of 2020 are being released on Monday the 7th of September.


Never in the history of the Leaving Cert have we seen anything like this before so naturally, there is a lot of confusion and questions around it. What do I do if I'm unhappy? Can I defer my course? What happens if I re-sit some of the exams?

Eimear and Nessa didn't know the answers to these questions so they brought an expert on board. Donnchadh O'Mahony from Leaving Cert Guidance joined The Studyclix Podcast recently to answer the questions that will be on everyone's minds the week of results and CAO offers.

Check it out below:

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